Andy Savva announced as Autowork Online brand ambassador

Published:  08 November, 2017

Industry expert Andy Savva as has been named by MAM Software as brand ambassador for Autowork Online, its garage management application.

Andy began using Autowork Online in 2010 when he opened Brunswick Garage, a state-of-the-art 15,000 sq. ft. vehicle repair workshop. Having sold Brunswick Garage in 2015, Andy is now managing director at automotive aftersales consultancy Savva Automotive. Andy also holds talks and workshops at industry events and writes for automotive trade publications. "I am delighted to be endorsing Autowork Online," said Andy. "When I started Brunswick Garage, I chose only trusted partners that would meet my ambition for excellence. Autowork Online was the only garage management system we chose and from inception, it complimented our business vision in every way."

"Whilst undertaking my aftersales consultancy work, there are a number of key areas that I concentrate on. One of these is the use of an effective garage management system and I would have no hesitation in recommending the use of Autowork Online to any of my customers." 

Gavin Sparks, senior sales manager at MAM Software added: "As an expert in the automotive industry and a loyal customer for many years, Andy is the perfect person to become our brand ambassador for Autowork Online. We look forward to sharing ideas with Andy for many years to come and ensuring that Autowork Online meets the present and future needs of all garages."

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